According to the data published by the GAP Institute, the number of students studying in primary and secondary schools in Kosovo in 2021/22 decreased by 134,366 compared to the 2008/2009 academic year.
He stated that the number of students in primary and secondary education in Kosovo has decreased by 30.3 percent, while the number of students has been constantly declining.
GAP Institute announced that the number of students in municipalities such as Kamenitsa, Yunik, Rauça, Dragaş Vitia, Gilan and Suhareka ranged between 53 percent and 41 percent.
The institute in question did not explain the factors that led to the decrease in the number of students.
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